amazing little animal

posted on 18th of september, 2013

(First: Sorry for my english; i do my best ;o) )

Some weeks ago, there was a little Contest for 3D-Artists (without adhesion contract for the pictures ;o) ), where i took part.
The subject was: "little very big" (i hope my translation is correct *g* )

So i thought, this is the time for modeling a water bear (Tardigrade). It is an amazing little animal.
Not bigger than 1mm but a very big survivalist.
It`s usually habitat is in moss, but it also lives under water.
It survives extreme condition!
Lately the NASA took them in Space for an experiment. 1 of 50 water bears survived a direct exposure to the cosmic radiation, vacuum and temperature of outer space.

oh; and since yesterday i am one of 17 Winners of...

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Posted by Cglightning on January 22, 2014
first sale of my amazing little animal ;O)
Posted by Cglightning on September 22, 2013
Thank you all for your congratulations *smile*
@Alvera the 3d-file is not raw. It is .c4d (Cinema 4D R14). But for the complete scene there was also AfterEffects with the Plugin Optical Flares and Photoshop in use. So you can`t render this picture only with the 3d-file. ;o) On DT it is not possible to sell 3d-scenes or modelings.
Posted by Alvera on September 22, 2013
tell me please, if I want to buy the 3d file, is this possible via DT? You can upload the raw file like in 2d?

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Mental connection - Bagpipes / Scottland - Why? ;o)

posted on 25th of september, 2013

When i upload my 3d-Illustration of a german Bagpipe (Dudey), i had a look which kind of bagpipes are on Dreamstime. Many of them are scottish Bagpipes, but also some other kind of bagpipes (like a swedish bagpipe called "Säckpipa"), which has the wrong title scottish Bagpipe ;o)

Many People thinks, there are only scottish Bagpipes, but this is wrong. It is the most popular bagpipe, thats true.
But original the Bagpipes comes probably from the Orient (India). Via the silk road the bagpipe reached Italy and spreadand develop over the years and centuries in whole Europe. There are references that Roman Emperor Nero played the bagpipe.

In my case:
This is a german renaissance bagpipe. With one or two drones it is called "Hümmelchen" (Bumblebee; because...

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Posted by Clearvista on September 28, 2013
@ CGlightning
"if you wan`t to hear the bumblebee-Sound of a Dudey you can listen to it here (it is completely different to Great Highland Bagpipes ;o)
Dudey-Players on youtube (the girl left in the picture is me ;O) )"

Thank you Stefanie,
Really enjoyed that great sound. Thank you for sharing. not only a talented photographer but also a talented musician.

Posted by Laurasinelle on September 27, 2013
Thanks for sharing!
Posted by Egomezta on September 27, 2013
Interesting... Thanks for sharing.

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